International donor nations are rallying around the aid effort to Haiti, and President Obama announced today that this is a “moment that cries out for U.S. leadership.”
An estimated 50,000 are feared dead in the aftermath of a 7.0-magnitude quake Tuesday evening.
The U.S. has promised to send $100 million in aid, and aid teams from the U.K., France, Spain and China have arrived recently in the country.
What role should the United States play in rebuilding Haiti?
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